CFP: Double-Sided Objects in the History of Art, College Art Association Annual Conference 2021, deadline 16 September 2020

This panel seeks papers that consider the history and historiography of double-sided objects by attending to their many facets, whether “front” and “back,” oblique angles, or otherwise hidden images. We ask how more holistic approaches to works of art might complicate, or even confirm, long-standing art historical narratives.

CFP: CAA session, ‘Buildings in Bloom: Foliage and Architecture in the Global Middle Ages’ (sponsored by the ICMA), deadline 23 July 2019

This panel seeks to explore foliate forms in a cross-cultural context across geographies and cultural traditions from roughly 300 to 1500 CE.

Call for proposals: Moving Women, Moving Objects (300-1500), CAA 2015

Moving Women, Moving Objects (300-1500) Call for Proposals for a Session sponsored by the International Center of Medieval Art at the College Art Association Annual Conference February 11-14, 2015, New York City As we examine medieval works of art like manuscripts, reliquaries, and jewels, today anchored and spotlighted in their museum vitrines, it is easyContinue reading “Call for proposals: Moving Women, Moving Objects (300-1500), CAA 2015”